infield out


Definition of infield out

: a ground ball on which the batter is put out by an infielder

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Buchholz was staked to a 1-0 lead when the Diamondbacks worked in a run with singles by Jarrod Dyson and Nick Ahmed and an infield out by Jeff Mathis. Wallace Matthews, New York Times, "Rosario and Cabrera Power Mets to a Sweep of Diamondbacks," 20 May 2018 The Tigers managed to get runners to second and third base against the left-hander, but Erickson stranded them with a pair of strikeouts and an infield out. Kirk Kenney,, "Aztecs fall short against LSU in 6-4 loss at NCAA Regionals," 1 June 2018 Los Angeles scored its runs on a double-play grounder, an infield out and a wild pitch–no run-producing hits. Tom Verducci,, "The Astros' Houston-Strong Home Field Advantage May Deliver World Series Crown," 28 Oct. 2017

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First Known Use of infield out

1926, in the meaning defined above

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